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Trash Problems in Merriwether

web posted February 7, 2014

MERRIWETHER Several Merriwether residents have sent emails and comments to the Wandering Minds complaining that the owner of a local trash company is using his pickup truck and a trailer to make collections. In addition, many complain that while the truck is driving, trash is being dropped or blown out and onto the roadway. That was the case on Wednesday when the truck and trailer was said to be leaving a trail of trash bags along Sweetwater Road.

According to information, the truck was the same white Dodge truck hauling a large black open top trailer that so many have complained about. Neither the identification of the driver nor a tag number were provided.

However, on Thursday at least two bags of trash remained on the roadside. A deputy dispatched to locate the trash reported finding none. The bag Edgefield Daily photographed was filled with mostly paper, making it very light and susceptible to being blown out of either the bed of the truck or the trailer.

Edgefield Daily has confirmed the name of the company and the owner, but has not been in contact to get a response at this time.


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